"This was a demand that President Zelensky personally commit, on a cable news channel, to a specific investigation of President Trump’s political rival."
The former White House adviser said at the impeachment hearing that Russia "systematically attacked our democratic institutions in 2016."
Pete Souza compared Trump's notes with Obama's.
Klobuchar delivered the zinger while calling out the higher standard that women are held to.
Holmes overheard Gordon Sondland, who gave a bombshell testimony Wednesday, on the phone with Donald Trump discussing dealings with Ukraine.
As the White House smears critics of the Trump adviser as anti-Semitic, Miller's "fellow American Jews" cited "irrefutable proof" of his white nationalism.
The senator may have had the line of Wednesday night's presidential debate while criticizing Biden for his opposition to legalizing marijuana.
The CNN host called Buttigieg "a great candidate," but said he doesn't yet "have the touch" on racial matters.
Facebook confirmed to NBC News that the October meeting had taken place. The company would not say, however, what was discussed during the dinner.
Kamala Harris and Pete Buttigieg both heavily criticized the Hawaii congresswoman during the Democratic primary debate.
The former National Security Council official challenged theories that Ukraine, not Russia, meddled in 2016 election
Time and again, moderators pushed candidates on how to handle Trump and the aftermath of his presidency.
His fallback argument is that presidents have full authority to shape foreign policy, even to help their own campaigns.
The president was touring a facility in Austin, Texas, with Apple CEO Tim Cook.
The presidential debate was led by four female journalists, meaning that women made up a majority of those on the debate stage.
One Twitter user said the wine "pairs well with bribery."
Figuring out there was a quid pro quo was "2+2," the ambassador said.
Both said they're staunch believers in reproductive justice, but that it's not up to them to decide who gets to be part of the party.
At the presidential debate, the South Bend mayor was asked how he'd succeed where Barack Obama failed.